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Knit fabric stretches and flexes more than woven fabrics. You probably want to add a stabilizer under the fabric when you hoop it. If you use washable stabilizer, it will disintegrate when it gets wet.
try changing the needle--make sure the needle is the right one for the fabric being sewed. rethread the machine using every thread guide try turning the bobbin the opposite direction clean under the needle plate and in the bobbin area for lint you may also have to use a washable stabilizer with the fabric
Hi! Were you able to figure it out? I am having the same issue and it is driving me nuts! Lol. I dont get hoe the instructions dont provide details for fabric removal! Please let me know if you were able to get it off. I got mine second hand and it is filthy. :(
Good question! "No" is the simple answer, but washing is easy nonetheless. Here is some more detailed, general advice about washing:
The fabric parts should not be machine washed. Instead they should be hand washed and do remember to use a mild liquid detergent, preferably a non-biological one, or mild soapflakes. Never scrub fabrics with abrasive material or strong detergent.
Always dry the seat naturally; i.e. on the washing line please note that some fabrics, especially navies, are prone to colour loss if abrasion is used during cleaning. You are recommended not to rub localized marking. Refer to the product instructions for washing method. Colour loss can also be caused by sunlight. Do not leave your product in direct sunlight unnecessarily. Never use a tumble dryer or try to dry in front of a fire, as the high temperature may cause damage to the seat.
Reinforced parts such as hoods can be soaked, rinsed well and dried, as per the seat. The carrycot can be sponged clean with mild soapflakes and excess water removed with a dry cloth. Allow to dry naturally.
Hi this is Sarah from Maclaren,
the seat of your quest is removable and washable by hand or machine, if you have other questions do not hesitate to contact our customer service: [email protected]
the way to do this depends on if it is a dual action or triple action agitatior. dual action - Remove fabric softner dispenser -pull off plastic cap with flat blade screwdriver - bolt is under plastic cap 7/16" triple action (bounces up and down) remove fabric softenr and plastic cap with a 1/2" drive socket extention, put into square hole and unscrew spring assembly. once unscrewed top portion of agitator will come off
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Make a boil wash (with no clothes and detergents), put into the soap dispenser a cup of bicarbonate of soda.It should clean the machine and remove the bad smell.
I have a front loading machine also and am not willing to constantly clean out the machine -- the soap and fabric softeners you use are building up between the inner and outer drums (and on the drum itself sometimes). Because the machines door is so tightly sealed (to prevent water leakage) the smell from this buildup is awful. I finally found a solution.
MAGGIE'S SOAP NUTS -- they are all natural (grow on trees) and will remove the grime from your drum and also clean your clothes (you won't even need fabric softener anymore). Stop using commercial detergents and fabric softeners and start using Maggie's Soap Nuts.
They are not very cheap but they work great --
I have found that making a liquid out of the soapnuts and storing it in a bottle works better than putting them in the sack cloth they come with (because front loaders do not agitate constantly like regular machines, the cloth bag sits on the clothes and sometimes leaves a stain -- the liquid will not leave a stain.
YOU WILL SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM AND HAVE SOFTER CLOTHES TO BOOT (without fabric softener so you save some money there). They are also better for septic tanks, the environment and your health!
I believe Whole Foods sells them and they are also on the internet at www.Maggiessoapnuts.com
Note: Also go to www.newstarget.com -- they are going to buy these in bulk to cut the cost in half but don't have them yet. You should be able to buy them there soon.
Note: Forgot to tell you to run some of this thru your machine with hot water before washing your clothing to clean out the buildup that is already in the machine.
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